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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912.
MONUMENT TAGS ""'ATTEMPT IS MADE
HAVE GOOD sALE!Perso,-Pointsi TO ABDUCT A BOY
Buttons Disposed of Rapidly by
Ladies and Girls Who
Work Daring Day.
Early indication Were That Fund for
Memorial Shaft Wll Be Greatly
Miss Nell Dower left yesterday for
a two-weeks' visit in Cedar Rapids.
Dr. Ralph Dart has returned from
a two weeks' period of camp life at
Las du Flambeau, Wis.
William J. Klinck and his mother
: have returned after, an outing of a
LARGE SUM ! week on tne e&mf Morning Star.
i Mrs. W. E. Martin left yesterday
i for Covinrton. Ind.. having been called i
" ; uulicu
there by the serious illness or tier
Mr. and Mrs. L. A
Otis Roderick, Aged 10 Tears,
Lured Away by Pair of
Ten year old Otis Roderick, son of
Mrs. John Roderick, 2533 Fifth-and-a-
half avenue, came near being ab-
last night. the only
i thing preventing being the vigtl
' ance of the Moline police. At 7 o'clock
Schmidt, 839 j jn tne evening Mrs. Roderick notified
wheel is a photo of the steamer itself.
The first of the cards were received in
the city today and local agent James
Simper has one in his office at the 1
boat landing. The lady's name has
The Morning Star departed this aft
ernoon on its regular trip to St. Paul.
Every state room was taken and the
passenger list was one of the heaviest
of the season.
The government light house tender.
Golden Rod, departed for northern
waters this morning, after taking on i
supplies at the local harbor.
The steamer W. W. will bring an excursion-from
Clinton to the city tomorrow.
Twenty-third street, have gone to re-, tne police forces of Rock Island and I
toskey. Mich., where they will spend j Moima ut her son had been missing
a month. , all day. Officers were at once appriz-
Tom Cavanauph. clerk on the Mil-jed and a search in both cities" was
wau-kee road, is enjoying a two weeks' j commenced. At 9:30 the Moline police
vacation on the farm of N. J. Howard j located the lad with two men in a box
t,ftr fienene o. ! car near Twenty-seventh street. The
...... .- r- ao. ,o men eave the names of Walter Weav-1 PalQ leading aiong tne brink of the
the down town streets today or i . ' . ' ' ... ,hLr an Front rhi,ii. on riim ! dives of the underworld. Mrs. Frank
i lurnea irora a mom n s ibh m iur - - . - . ., . ,. -
ie made use of the alleys In getting ! east inciu(ijnK New York Boston and j that the boy had insisted on accom-: Kece. 6ala ,n ponce court this morn
about. From an early honr the street 1 Atlantic City. " ' I panying them. The lad stated, how- j ing that domestic difficulties had caus-
ever, tnat tney naa lured mm witn j " "wmc uu m-
promises of a Job in a Chicago pool ; du,S in raucous revelry to relieve her
hall. Weaver was sent to the county j discouraged feelings. Upon complaint
'"Button, button, who's got a but
ton" was changed this morning to
"Mutton, button, who hasn't a button"
and those who can answer in the neg
ative tonight either failed to appear
on the down town streets today or i
corners in ths business diBtrlct were
Kiarded by vigilant details of ladies
rnd girls who sold souvenir buttons
for the benefit of the Monumental as-
relation with great success. Early ;
indications were that a considerable
rum would be added to the fund with
which a memorial shaft in honor of
ttie soldiers who are buri-d at Chippl
Mttifirk and other local cemeteries, I
w ill be erected.
iw. A o ki om;.
Rock Island has been tagged and
Ihen tagged again and the citizens are
jrepared to shell out a dime or more
whenever the members of the fair sex
besiege the corners. Tolay. however.
ks than the usual hesitation was i
i ho' n due to the novelty of the "tags'"
v hich cr offered for sale. The but
tons contain a picture of the monu
rient v. Inch it is proposed to build an1
ire very a'traeiive little emblems. No
;iff culty was experienced in disposing
The hiding in cliarge of the "button
d'l.v" made their headquarters at the
New Harper where the workers re
ported after disposing of their quota
of tuitions or filling in their allotted
MM OHKFK. Ill t .
Several hundred enthusiastic work-
ers were busy during the day. In ad
dition to those enumerated yesterday
Were the follo'vi.ig:
Sou'h lock Island Mrs. Simmons
in charge with Mesd.imes Furbos, Dal
igee, and Sehmidf.
First avenue, south to EWcnth on
Ninth and Tenth streets -Mrs. Titter
lt;gton in cli.i'T.e with the Misses Dor
o'hy Woltniann. Mariurit" Chalk and
Spencer s'piare- Mesilames Trefz
imd Worrel assisting.
Kerry duck - Mrs. Cratidall assist
irg. Twentv fourth to Twenty-sixth
trcet - .Mrs. Ranchman assisted by
the Misses Myrtle and Erna Uibhert.
Iknvntown additional helpers Miss
es Edna Kunge, Lola Carball, and
At i; o'clo'-k this afternoon the la
dles reported that the Falc of buttons
l.ad bwn responded to so heartily that
half of the G.Oiiii were gone and pros
Roy Hampton. 5CS Twelfth street,
left this morning for his home in Sa
lem, Iowa, called there by the death
of his mother.
Miss May O'Connor, 615 Eighteenth
street, returned last night after a two
months' visit in the east. She was ac
companied on her return by Marion
Smith of Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Winbigler and
daughter. Margaret, ar.d Mr. and Mrs
FINE IS SUSPENDED
OVER WOMAN'S HEAD
Apparently careless in regard to her
i ESTABLISHED 1893
bastile for 40 days and his friend was
ordered to leave the city.
TRY TO ABni'CT GIRL.
Report has Jt that two east end resi
of Mrs. Hulda Braische, a disorderlv
conduct charge was preferred and af
; ter the hearing a fine of 4J100 and costs
! was suspended when Mrs. Reece prom
ised to return to her home and live
-"'"'"t, -'-" juiuh'am cahTv with her hnslian.1 ch ,i
woman on Fifth avenue near the Rock mitte(j naving deceived her husband
Island station last Eight, were set up- : and having Rone to bepr eardens 1Ier
on by two other fellows, who not only ,Bist(., who was in court with hr
Ralph Haverstick and son, Ben. leave : ""'" uut luc ; advised by the state's attornev to re-
tonight for a two weeks' vacation andounS woman bo wa9 with them. , frain from goiug with Mrs Reece n
fishing trip to Forest Lake, Wis. j knocking her to the ground. The vie- lesa the ialter stops going with the
Visa Harriet Sheldon left vesterdav ' Ums of ,d assault declare that the ; companions she had chosen of late.
I-ikp Delavan. Wis. where stie : 1 - v J
EVERY GARMENT WE MAKE IS
LINED WITH HAMILTON WEAR
PROOF BRILLIANTINE, A GUAR
ANTEE SEWED INTO EVERY GAR
MENT. WE GUARANTEE THAT THIS
LINING WILL OUTVEAR THE
GARMENT IF IT DOES NOT WE
WILL RE-LINE IT FREE.
BRANCH STORES THROUGHOUT U. S.
WE SAVE YOU the MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT
Means to YOU
T means high class
clothes tailored to
measure of all wool
fabrics in newest
patterns & styles, f
a suit and extra j "
trousers for $ H
CO. STINE H. LINDQUIST, Mgr.
1812 SECOND AVENUE '
I from and to take her to Peoria. The 1
..-ill c.t.rwl u f u-li Tomorrow
George Sheldon and daughter. Jose- j assailants are the object of a search
phine. leave for an extended trip in j b the Policy
S J. Collins. Pr. F. A. Smith and R.
( Chamberlain of Rock Island are in
Chicago attending the Bull Moose con
vention as delegates from Kock Is
land county. Judne V. J. Searle is al
so there as an interested onlooker.
The Misses Mabel and Myrtle Bur
ton will return home this evening
from Chicago. They will be accom
panied by Mrs. I). T. Nutt and Miss
Alice Nutt who will visit in the Al
bert Burton home, 2810 Fifth-and a
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Babcock. 812
Twenty-first street, have returned to
their home in this city after an ex
tensive tour cf the east, during the
course of which Niae.ira Falls. Chica-
END OF LOGGING
SEASON IN SIGHT
Present Year May Be the Last
for the Rafters of Upper
Katie Gates, alias Maggie Kvans, of !
East Moline, was surprised that thei
Kock Island officers should arrest her
when she had done nothing but enter
a Twentieth street saloon and insk.t
on having the bartender dish up some.
: beer for her. But nevertheless, she
paid a fine of $10 and costs on a
charge of disorderly conduct and de-
' parted for her East Moline domicile.
j The epithet, "black bear," as applied
I to Mrs. Hawkins, a portly negro
wB mm i $m fiwSP
Bits of Scripture
The close of the rafting season will matron, resulted in a scrap yesterday
be marked in a few days, with the re- afternoon when Gustie Earns, tne
turn of the 6teamer Taber and bow white wife of a negro, and Mrs. Haw
boat Georgia S. from Red Wing, Miifn., kins mixed in a bartle of words. Mrs.
for which point they departed last Hawkins was arrested iis arternoou
night. These boats are operated by on complaint of Mrs. I'.unis and the
go. and points of interest in Michigan tho Taber Lumber company of Bur- case was up for hearing in polite
were visited. lington and are practically the last court,
tjov M.ri Mntnnhrevs nastnr of crafts engaged in the old time lum-1
ner xranic. in iormer years nunareus UDllUry
of rafts were brought down from the
north in the course of a season and ; Ana st c;. i idkii.
there was never a day but what three; Tne fuTieraj of AllKst G. Fider will
or four immense log shipments were ; be ht,,d Mon,Iay morning at 10 o'clock
seen in tne local namor. un tne
Thou shalt also consider in thine
heart, that, as a man chasteneth his
son. so the Lord ihy God chasteneth
Therefore, thou shalt keep the com-
niandnunts of ihe Ixrd thy God, to!
walk in his wavs, and to fear him.
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m
Church services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. 10:45 a. m., "Christ, the
Giver of Life." 7:30 p. m., "Unconse
Edgewood Baptist, corner Forty
M. Lloyd, D D., pastor. Bible school
9:30; Joseph Willmer, superintend
ent. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
( Twenty-third street and Seventh ave- P- m-
ue. Rev. V. S. Marquis, pastor; Re. fcweaisn Ha pusi, corner lwenty-nrsi
: W. G. Oglevee. assistant. Sun-1 street ana Kittn avenue. Sunday scnool
day school at i:15. Rev. Oglevee will'" 10:30 a. m. Services at 7:30 p. in.
! preach in the morning. No evening j Y- p- u- at 6 P- m- alternate Sun
i service. flay3-
South Park rresbyterlan. corner of Second Baptist, Tenth street and
j Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue, j avenue. Rev. A. Madison, pat-
In connection with Broadwav Prestav-1 r. services at n a. m.. 3 p. m. and
the Central Presbyterian church, has
returtxd from Nov- York where he
Kp -nt several weeks in a special study
course. Accompanied by his wife and
son. Marion, Jr., Rev. Humphreys left
yesterday for Manltou Springs. Colo.,
over the Rocky Mountain Limited,
where they will spend a month.
About 40 members of local Aerie
No. '.C)f. Eagles expect to attend the
national convention of that order at
Cleveland. O., which opens Monday
find continues for a week. Many loft
today but the greater number of Roek
Island eagles will depart tomorrow.
Frank Wich has been elected the offi
cial delegate of the Rock Island aerie.
Other local notables who expect to
', attend are Secretary John F. Dindln
; ger and Past President C. P. McQuaid.
SKCONl) AVE. Opposite the
Court House ROCK ISLAND
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MONDAY, Sept. 2
OPENS SEPT. 16
Our new catalogue is now
ready and will be mailed to you
FUKK tixn request. It explains
fully all about our
and g!vt complete information
(oiicvrtiliit; the cost, the best
tiu.i t - enter, position etc. It
the place of
designed to take
ckh e !11 be prepare-d to
t;ive iiik'ructaoa after Sept. 1.
If jou are thinking of enter
ing business college send for
tt.Ta catalogue right away. It's
Or Phone West 197.
M. B. DCWEY. Principal.
IS MURDERER OF 5,
That John Nelson, the negro arrest
ed here yesterday, is the mu: '. of
five men, including 'Whit Caldwell, the
victim of his last escapade, is the
statement of J. I Cooper, the St.
Louis detective who arrived here this
arrival of the Taber in a few days,
the season will 1 closed, with a total
of 14 rafts for the summer.
IMHSTIIV ON WANE.
The dying out of rafting, which has
been one of the most picturesque feat
ures of the old Mississippi days, is
due to the depletion of the forest areas
and the establishing of mills closer to
the source of supply. In former days,
saw mills were to be found as far
Eouth as St. Louis, which depended on
the northern forests for their supply.
Davenport had three or four mills and
Rock It land two. Now the Taber com
pany at I'.urlington is practically the
cnlv survivor, and there is a strong
Dr. II. YV. Reed, pastor of the First
Itaptist church, will conduct the ser
vice. Burial will take place in Chip
piannork cemetery, where the, services
will be private.
The funeral of Harold Lester Hrown
was held from the Milan Presbyterian
church this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev.
M. CI. Hanna officiating. Hurial took
place at Chippiannock cemetery.
terian church. Rev. W. G. Oglevee,
pastor. Dible school 2:30 p. m.; S. 1).
i Cleland, superintendent. Young Peo
! pie's society at 6:45 n. m. Eveninz
For the Lord thy God bringeth theejeervice at 7:30 p. m.
into a good land, a laud of brooks of i Aiken Street chapel, Aiken street,
water, of fountains and depths that s30Utn R0ck Island. Sunday school at
spring cut of valleys and hill: j 2;3o p. m. j. H. Cleland. superlntend-
A land of wheat, and barley, and . ent emeritus. J. M. Bond, superiP
vines. and fig trees, and pomegran- tendent.
ates; a land of oil olive, and honey; j United Fresbyterian, Third avenue
A land wherein thou shalt eat bread ' an(l Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
'Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30
; a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
; 7 : 4 5 p. m. Young People's meeting
i at 6:45 p. m. As Rev. Vance is on his
! vacation, there will be no services to-
FI NI.HVI. OF STHAYKll.
The funeral of Mrs. Marguerite Lou
ise Strayer was held from the late
indication that the present season will home in South Kock Island this morn-
be the last for this concern. Captain 'nB at S o'clock. Services were also
Peausaw, in charge of the Taber and conducted at St. Joseph's chirrch. Dean
Georgia S., laid over in Rock Island J. J. Quiun officiating. Rurial took
yesterday before beginning the north- place at Calvary cemetery,
ern journey. : The bearers were Rert Kemper, Al-
without scarceness, thou shalt not lack
anything in it; a land whose stones
aie iron, and out of whose hills thou
mayest dig brass.
When thou hast eaten and art full,
then thou shalt bless the Lord thy God
for the gocd land which he hath given 1
He ware that thou forget not the Lord , First Methodist, corner Fifth ave
thy God. in not keeping his command- : nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. T. E.
ments. and his judgments, and his Newland, pastor. Sunday school at
statutes, which I command thee this i 9:30 a" m- EPworth league at 6:45
p. m. services at iu:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Rev. A. M. Bruner will fill
DROPS DEAD AT HOME
Lest when thou hast eaten and art
full, and hast built goodly houses, and
1 It therein;
And when ihy herds and thy flocks
multiply, and Ihy silver and thy gold
is multiplied, and all that thou hast is
Then thine heart be lifted up, and
thou forget the Lord thy God, which
brought thee forth out'of the land of
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue
Rev. J. F. Lockney, rector. Masses at
B.15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m.
Vespers and benediction at 3 p. m., ev
ery Sunday and holy day.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
of Fourtn avenue and Twenty-second
street. Father Adolph Geyer, pastor.
Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. in.
St. Joreph'a Roman Catholic, cor
ner Second avenue and Fourteenth
street. Dean J. J. Quinn. rector;
Rev. William P. Cleary, assistant.
Masses at 7. 8, 9 and 10 a. m.
St. Paul's Belgium Catholic. Twenty
fourth street and Elghth-and a-half ave
nue. Rev J. W. Smiers, pastor. Mass
at 8 a. m.
bert Gutzwiiler, Harry Cunninsham
Jonn Carney, w. A. femutz and Joseph Kgypt, from the house of bondage
Kdgar Laflin, a farmer residing one
mile south of Reynolds, while waik-
morning to escort the negro back to ing towards the house from the barn.
Missouri. The "detective states that dropped dead last night about 7
Nelson has killed men at New Orleans, o'clock. Heart failure was the cause,
on the Tennessee river and at St. r l'1-'" v ahmit 46 years of age.
Louis and once l.efore has stood trial v;is Dorn ln Edgington and lived ease was up for hearing this after
for murder, lie says that ne will un- there the greater part of his life, re- noon.
penalty for his , moving to his present location near
Moline Plumber Arrested.
Ed Vermere, a Moline plumber, must
answer to city and state charges as
tho result of alleged tappings of wa
termains in the east end of Rock Is
land without first securing permits.
John Joers, local plumbing inspector,
is the informant against Vermere. The
the pulpit in the morning.
"The Coming of the Pilot." There will
be no preaching service in the even
ing, but the usual Epworth league ser
vice at 6:45.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
; Rev. Charles Hawkins, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45
j a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
j Wayman African M. E. (colored), cor-
(PISCm'XL ner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and Thlr-
Trinity Episcf.pal chuich. Nineteenth I , -
itreet and Sixth avenue. Rev. Gran
ville H. Sherwood, rector. Services at j
7:30 a. m., 10:45 a. ni., and 7:30 p. m. i
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. !
First Church of Christ. Scientist, 829
Twenty-third street. Services Sunday
i at 10:4.1 a. m. Subiect of mornlnsr
Subject, j cprvice. "Love." Sundav school
following morning service at 11:45.
Reading rooms at 312 People's Nation
al bank building, open daily except
Sunday from 2 to 6 p. m.
crime when he ;s Tied at St. Louis, Reynolds a few years ago.
for he stepped up to the man and after survives him.
saying. Prepare to pass away, fired
the fatal shots. The only provocation
that Nelson had was ihe effect of a
two weeks' old quarrel when Caldwell
SALE OF U. S. ARMY AND
NAVY GOODS CLOSES
TONIGHT AT 10 O'CLOCK
On the steamer Helen Blair to Mus
cat ire. leaves at 3:00 p. m.; 50 cents
may be invested in
Real Estate Bonds
approved by the
We offer such bonds
TO NET 6
in denominations of
$100, $500, $1,000
Both Long and
W. S. Kirk Announces Close of Sale
Thousands cf Dollars Worth of
Goods Left to Select From.
The sale of United States army and
: navy goods which has been attracting !
i hundreds of tri-city people the past '
week will close tonight. The big store
room at 121-123 West Third street,
Davenport, has been crowded dally
j with interested buyers and is indeed .
I a curiosity shop and to pay due re-1
1 spect to its thousands of interesting I
! subjects would take the descriptive :
; pen of a Dickens. It truly is one of
the most interesting collections of
i curios and useful articles that has j
been placed in the west in many years. ;
Hundreds of the visitors there yester-:
! day were so favorably impressed that j
'they not only made purchases then,j
i but they also declared that they were !
' going to return this evening and '
' tring friends with them so that they
' could pick out many other useful and
! decorative articles.
Zion Swedish Lutheran, Forty-fifth j
6treet and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J. I
Forsberg, pastor. ' Sunday school at I
3:30 a. ni. Services at 10:15 a. m. and I
7:30 p. rn. Communion service In
i oervices at n a. m., 12 m., at 7 p. m.
and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 1:30
German Methodist, corper Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue Rev.
Theophilus Kies pastor. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. iu
and 7:30 p. m.
Free MetbodUt, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Pev. H. C. Willing.
1 pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
I Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
German Evangelical, Ninth street, i fj.APTIST
betwem Fifih and Sixth avenues. Rev ! First Baptist, corner Third avenue
F J. Rolf, pabtoi . Sunday school at : and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W. Reed,
B:15 a. m. Services at 10:3o a. m. and !
7:30 p. m. I " " : -
Grace English Lutheran, corner
Seventh avenue aud Forty-fourtti
street. Rev. Ira O. Nothstein. pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
First Swedish Lutbeian, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev.
S. G. Hagglund, pastor. Services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:45 d. m.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth ! r
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. Wll
helm, pastor. German services at 10
WEST END SETTLKLE.V1
West End Sunday school, 700
Fifth street. Sunday school at 2:30
p. ni. i-rayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30. W. It. Barker,
I-ATTEK PAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ, Latter
Day Saints (Utah Mormons). I. O.
O. F. hall in London building. Sun
day school at 2 p. m. Preaching
eeiri.o at 3:15 p. m. John Frank,
Three Germans were sitting at lunch
eon recently aud were overheard dU
cusslng the second marriage of a mu
tual friend when one of tbem remark
el: "I'll tell you what A man wh;it
marries de second time don't fieserve
to haf lost his first vife."-LL'e.
Memoiial Christian, corner Third
4 venue and Fifteenth street. Rev. E. '
T. McFarland pastor. Sunday school
at J . 3"j a. m. Senior and Icterinedi
ate Christian Endeavor at 6:3i p. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
Second Christian, corner Sixth street
end Thirteenth avenue. Sunday scboo!
Litten & Roberts
Suxk.5, Coud, Mortgages.
' The desire of a young lady to grasp
' the pilot wheel of the steamer W. W.
' on its last trip up the river and have
her photo taken has been the means
of making her face a familiar one the
entire length of the river, for the
Streckfus people have gotten out ad
i vertisicg post cards, showing a very
excellent likeness of tb fair daa.ti
.at the whtel oi tiie Y, W. Ii.t;Je the
Our fall and winter woolens await
your early inspection. Our tailors'
shears are anxious to cut into your
new suit, we urge you to make your at 9:15 a. m.; George Hull, super
selection now, while the line is com- intendtnt. Services at 10:15 a. m.
plete. . Third Christian. Fourteenth avenue
and Thirty-ninih street.. Sunday school
"Pay Us an Honest Price." $25 or so.' at 9:30 a. m.: Dr. J. H. Nichols, bupor-
liitenuent. mole scnool at :30 a. m
Services at 7 p. ca.
Central Presbyterian, corner ol
r'ourleeuth street and Tenin avenue.
Ret. Marion Humphreys, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Chris
tian Endeavor at C:30 p. m. Service
-,t ir!-4"t a. ni. ard 7:30 p. m.
, Broadway rrebny'trian, corner of
ExcJmitc LocaI IVafar m F tM
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you can eirn ,but do not, as it is the money you mis -spend,
that keeps your "nose on the grindstone."
Anyone with $100 or more can join the ranks of our
investors and obtain 6 ' interest on his money.
H. E. SudlowA Co., Safety building:
I would like further information
ments you have to offer.
about the invest-